According to an announcement, the resort’s Green Team, which consists of volunteers – employees and guests – was informed about the benefits of whitewashing the tree trunks, a method often used by Greek tree growers and home gardeners to protect fruit and ornamental trees from pests and sun-scald.
The guests whitewashed the resort’s tree trunks and took care of the plants.
They also received information on Crera Maris’ sustainability program and ways to protect the environment. They were then guided through the gardens of Creta Maris, which include unique species of plants and trees – typical examples of Crete’s flora.
“Our guests were impressed and felt lucky to have had the opportunity to get familiar with Cretan flora and participate in traditional gardening activities,” the resort’s management said.
Established in 1975, the Creta Maris Beach Resort is a member of the Metaxa Hospitality Group.
It is located in Hersonissos on the island of Crete.
The resort offers 680 rooms, suites and bungalows, six restaurants, seven bars, seven swimming pools, a waterpark, an open-air cinema, a gym, the Hammam spa, the Asterias Children’s Club, and spaces for outdoor and indoor activities.